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Yellow Submarine - The Beatles

Yellow Submarine

Revolver
classic rock 60s rock british pop


"Yellow Submarine" is a 1966 song by The Beatles (credited to the Lennon-McCartney duo, but mainly written by McCartney) and the theme song for the 1968 animated United Artists film based on the music of the Beatles. It is also the title for the soundtrack album to the film, released as part of The Beatles' music catalogue. "Yellow Submarine" was recorded on 26 May and 1 June 1966, at Abbey Road Studios. The "Yellow Submarine" single was the Beatles' thirteenth UK single. Ringo Starr performed lead vocals and played harmonica. It was released in the UK on 5 August as a 'double A side' with "Eleanor Rigby", and in the United States on 8 August.


The Beatles were an iconic rock group from Liverpool, England. They are frequently cited as the most commercially successful and critically acclaimed band in modern history, with innovative music, a cultural impact that helped define the 1960s and an enormous influence on music that is still felt today. Currently, The Beatles are one of the two musical acts to sell more than 1 billion records, with only Elvis Presley having been able to achieve the same feat. Show more ...

Yellow Submarine - The Beatles

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